Working with Windows Store Apps in Worklight
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To create a Windows Store Apps (Windows 8 applications) you have to use Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 or higher, and a Microsoft Developer Account. More information about these issues can be found here:
To create a Worklight application that will run on Windows 8 add the "Windows 8 desktop and tablets" environment. It will create a sub-folder named "Windows 8" in your application. Under this folder expand the "native" folder and double click the
In Windows Store Apps you cannot inject HTML into the DOM.
Because of this limitation regarding HTML injection Windows Store apps are not supported by jQueryMobile!
In each environment Worklight keeps it's server URL inside a file such as wlclient.properties in Android or worklight.plist in iOS.
* Notice that code changes made in Visual Studio will not be saved in your Worklight application.
* Worklight Windows 8 environment does not support the